A US Senate committee approved an assault weapons ban on a party-line vote that signaled how difficult it will be for the proposal to survive in the full Senate.
A Chautauqua County man has become the first person arrested under the new SAFE Act, arrested and charged with selling newly banned assault-style weapons to an undercover police officer.
Upper West Side Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal introduced a bill that would bar children younger than 12 from entering a gun show in New York.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s father and sister aren’t thrilled with the new pope.
No getaway day for you, state senators.
Thirty-five counties in upstate New York lost population between 2010 and 2012, U.S. Census statistics released today showed.
Being Biden, the podcast.
As expected, former Gov. George Pataki endorsed John Catsimatidis for NYC mayor.
Catsimatidis has already burned through about a quarter of the $1 million of his own billions he’s poured into his mayoral campaign account.
Emma Bloomberg contributed $1,000 to another GOP NYC mayoral candidate, Joe Lhota, who once called her dad an “idiot.”
Assemblywoman Addie Russell disagrees with the Senate’s approach to the sales tax issues.
The MTA lockbox brokered by the governor in 2011 turns out to be just as meaningless as transit advocates feared.
Schneiderman wants NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, asking him to create a policy that would not tolerate discrimination or harassment on basis of sexual orientation.
Paul Begala, longtime Friend of Bill and Hill, has made clear he hopes the former New York senator and first lady will run for president in four years.
Former LG Betsy McCaughey’s book signing was not terribly popular at CPAC.
A Middletown Times Herald-Record reporter is featured on a mock wanted poster hanging in Washingtonville Mayor Kevin Hudson’s campaign office.
California Gov. Jerry Brown, a prominent environmentalist, wants his state to consider fracking.
Former U.S. Sen. Alfonse D’Amato and state Sen. Jack Martins asked LIPA officials in the wake of Hurricane Sandy to speed power restoration to a client of D’Amato’s lobbying firm.
The Boston Phoenix is closing.
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